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  • 2nd T20: Pakistan will expect New Zealand to bounce back strongly

    Mohammad Amir dominated the pre-game headlines ahead of the first T20 between New Zealand and Pakistan, but when the game was done and dusted on Friday, it was mercurial all-rounder Shahid Afridi who once again emerged as the star man for his side...

    The 23-year old Amir, who made his international return more than five years after the spot-fixing scandal in 2010, returned figures of 1/31 in four overs as Pakistan put in an almost...

  • 2nd T20: Five talking points from New Zealand’s rout of Pakistan

    After an impressive win in the first T20 on Friday, Pakistan cricket fans received a jolt of reality when New Zealand openers Martin Guptill and Kane Williamson frustrated Shahid Afridi and company with a record-breaking partnership in the second match...

    In contrast, Pakistan have been struggling in the limited-over format for the last couple of seasons and have failed to find the right team combination...

  • 2nd T20: Pakistan pull off unbelievable win to take series

    COLOMBO: Shahid Afridi and Anwar Ali played key roles as Pakistan ended a successful tour of Sri Lanka with a thrilling one-wicket victory in the second Twenty20 international in Colombo on Saturday...

    Pakistan recovered from 40-5 in the eighth over to surpass Sri Lanka's challenging 172-7 with four balls to spare with Imad Wasim striking the winning six off left-arm seamer Binura Fernando...

  • 2nd T20: Guptill-Williamson break world record in New Zealand's win

    HAMILTON: Skipper Kane Williamson and fellow opener Martin Guptill forged the highest partnership in Twenty20 Internationals to secure New Zealand a series-levelling 10-wicket victory against Pakistan in the second match in Hamilton on Sunday...

    Related coveragePAK v NZ, 2nd T20 - As it happenedVideo: Is Pakistan ready for New Zealand’s record breakers?Earlier, a 63-run blast in 34 balls by Umar Akmal and Shoaib Malik lifted Pakistan...

  • England hold nerve to win 2nd T20 despite Afridi fireworks

    DUBAI: Paceman Chris Woakes held his nerve in the final over to give England a hard-fought three-run win in the second Twenty20 international over Pakistan in Dubai on Friday...

    Woakes conceded just seven runs in the 20th over to restrict Pakistan to 169-8 and help England defend a 173-run target to give his team an unbeatable 2-0 lead in the three-match series at Dubai stadium...

  • 2016 World T20: Muddled Pakistan have plenty to ponder

    Pakistan will end 2015 with the bitter taste of a 3-0 rout at the hands of a largely inexperienced England side...

    The T20 series defeat, in harmless conditions in the UAE, set the alarm bells ringing but anyone who has followed Pakistan's limited-overs performances over the course of the year would agree that it did not come as a surprise...

  • 2nd Test: Rampant Pakistan edge England in fading light

    DUBAI: Pakistan's bowlers wore down tough resistance from England's tail to win the second Test by an emphatic 178-run margin in Dubai on Monday, taking a 1-0 lead in the three-match series...

    Pakistan had sensed victory at lunch with just four wickets to take but first Rashid and Broad frustrated them through their 60-run stand for the eighth wicket and then the Rashid-Wood stand lasted for nearly two and a half hours...

  • Pakistan beat Bangladesh by 328 runs in 2nd Test

    DHAKA: Leg-spinner Yasir Shah claimed a match haul of seven wickets as dominant Pakistan crushed Bangladesh by 328 runs in the second and final Test in Dhaka on Saturday to clinch the series 1-0...

    The win helped Pakistan end an otherwise dismal month-long tour on a positive note after being routed 3-0 in the one-day series and losing to Bangladesh for the first time in a Twenty20 International...

  • Pakistan romp home by six wickets in 2nd ODI

    LAHORE: A brilliant captain’s knock by Azhar Ali and resolute batting by Haris Sohail and Shoaib Malik guided Pakistan to a six-wicket victory over Zimbabwe in the second One-Day International at the Gaddafi Stadium on Friday...

    Pakistan thus took an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match ODI series...

  • 2nd Test: Advantage for Pakistan as Yasir Shah snares six

    Yasir Shah's stranglehold of the West Indies continued on the fourth day of the second Test at Kensington Oval in Barbados on Wednesday as the leg-spinner snared six for 90 to re-open the prospect of a first-ever Test match victory at the venue for Pakistan going into the final day...

    On a deteriorating pitch, Pakistan's final target may still be a challenging one as they seek the historic win which would also give them a first-ever...

  • Pakistan Army's 2nd counter-terrorism competition ends

    The 2nd Pakistan Army Team Spirit (PATS) competition, focused on counter-terrorism, concluded on Wednesday at the National Counter Terrorism Centre near Jhelum with 10 international military teams participating in the competition, said a press release by the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR)...

  • Pakistan achieves 2nd highest number of ODI wins after West Indies victory

    After their latest victory against the West Indies in the one-day international series on Tuesday, Pakistan added another feather to their cap and achieved the second highest number of wins in the ODI series to date...

    Pakistan defeated West Indies by six wickets owing to the match-winning partnership of centurion Shoaib Malik and Mohammad Hafeez who scored 81 runs...

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